He’s very outspoken and friendly – this is what first struck me about Cliffton Nyakundi the first time I met him, at Impact Week 2020 at ANU.
ANU is a beneficiary in the recently announced 2020 ‘KENET Innovation Grants in the use of Education Technology in Engineering and Computer Science Education’.
He found passion on the basketball court at #ANU with the #ANUWolfpack – ANU’s men’s basketball team, and now he’s helping kids find a passion for sports and just as important for those from low-income backgrounds, a pathway to education and career opportunities.
ANU faculty members Dr. John Kamau and Paul Kahenya have developed a blended learning module on ‘Principles of Management’ to improve the learning experience and outcomes for both students and instructors.
The Ministry of Health’s daily statistics update on the virus indicated that as of 25th May, the daily infection rate in Kenya continued to climb, meaning that the virus containment measures and guidelines currently in place will likely remain with us for the foreseeable future.
By the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology, we have been able to fashion an automated hand washing system. The use of sensors makes the system completely touch-free reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19 through touching infected surfaces.
When asked about her experience of Africa Nazarene University, Ann Mesi Kamanzi does not hold back her gratefulness for the basketball scholarship program offered by the university.
Cherish the opportunity I have had to earn an advanced Diploma in Wildlife Management at Africa Nazarene University (ANU) – through the Distance Learning module. ANU has provided an excellent platform to study while working since 2016 when I joined the institution.
Meet Dr. Kendi a Facilitator of Learning at Africa Nazarene University. She shares with us her approach to using learning to develop solutions for the local communities in Kenya.
One of ANU’s core values is Community; and this is embodied in the day to day activities taking place on and off-campus.
Dr. Stanley Bhebhe, Vice-Chancellor at Africa Nazarene University Welcomes us to the 4th Industrial Revolution.